spoiler alert! I just wanted to warn again that some of the previous post and this one has spoiler type material about “Emergence Collective.” I personally hate spoilers. I dont even like it when your watching a show, and they tease THE NEXT scene during the commercial break. For me I love the suprise and discovery as the story unfolds.
I use transcended and ascended interchangeably, even though they are not precisely synonymous. I think it still fits. I still think a lot about the nature of consciousness. What is it? Where does it come from? One of my favorite theories is that the human body is like a marionette where our consciousness pulls the strings outside the body. You cut the strings, and the body dies or is in stasis like a coma.
But where is the puppeteer? In a higher realm, a higher resonant frequency outside of conscious reality. And our brains act like a filter preventing us from experiencing that higher realm. It is only when we alter our state of mind that the filter is removed, and we can experience the true reality as its resonant frequencies are revealed. Whether it is through strict meditation or mind-altering chemicals like Ayahuasca, a potent hallucinogen that contains a chemical called DMT or dimethyltryptamine. Whatever the catalyst is that allows us to escape the prison of our brain doesn’t matter once free, and one is perceiving a higher reality, the awareness of the nature of the universe expands. We start to fully understand our place in it. Learn that we have abilities that were previously only imagination. Learn to connect with others on a deeper spiritual level, communicate and express ideas. Travel throughout the realm and defy the physics of the reality our bodies are trapped in.
I know this sounds like the ravings of a metaphysical stoner. I think I communicated the essence of these ideas in the story well enough. But wait! There’s more; however, I will not bore you any longer. I do explore these concepts much more deeply in the next book. I think that once you get your feet wet in the first book, the second will be more satisfying as you explore your own thoughts on the potential of what could be done if all of this was real. I would love to hear your thoughts on this!